Re: 1.9.4 Make issue on Cygwin

2019-03-14 Thread Willy Tarreau
Hi Jeffrey, On Fri, Mar 15, 2019 at 10:22:14AM +0800, ??? wrote: > Hi, > I'm trying to compile haproxy under cygwin but get problem. > > I have try google search to resolve the probme but can't get any. > > Have anyone can let me know what's wrong ? > > Jeffrey_Chen@jeffrey_chen

1.9.4 Make issue on Cygwin

2019-03-14 Thread 陳喵喵
Hi, I'm trying to compile haproxy under cygwin but get problem. I have try google search to resolve the probme but can't get any. Have anyone can let me know what's wrong ? Jeffrey_Chen@jeffrey_chen ~/haproxy-1.9.4 $ make TARGET=cygwin ARCH=x86_64 CPU=generic USE_THREAD=1 USE_REGPARM=1

Re: haproxy reverse proxy to https streaming backend

2019-03-14 Thread PiBa-NL
Hi Thomas, Op 14-3-2019 om 20:28 schreef Thomas Schmiedl: Hello, I never got a reply from the original author of xupnpd2 to fix the hls-handling, so I created a lua-script (thanks to Thierry Fournier), but it's too slow for the router cpu. Could someone rewrite the script to a lua-c-module? I

Re: stable-bot: WARNING: 42 bug fixes in queue for next release

2019-03-14 Thread Willy Tarreau
On Thu, Mar 14, 2019 at 02:15:07PM +, stable-...@haproxy.com wrote: > Last release 1.9.4 was issued on 2019/02/06. There are currently 42 patches > in the queue cut down this way: > - 1 BUG, first one merged on 2019/02/10 > - 6 MAJOR, first one merged on 2019/02/10 > - 20 MEDIUM,

Re: haproxy reverse proxy to https streaming backend

2019-03-14 Thread Thomas Schmiedl
Hello, I never got a reply from the original author of xupnpd2 to fix the hls-handling, so I created a lua-script (thanks to Thierry Fournier), but it's too slow for the router cpu. Could someone rewrite the script to a lua-c-module? Regards, Thomas test.cfg: global lua-load

Re: 1.9.2: Crash with 300% CPU and stuck agent-checks

2019-03-14 Thread Louis Chanouha
Hello,  In fact I have two haproxies fighting for CPU, but seemless reload date doesn't correspond with CPU usage increasing (13/03 at 21:29:20, average normal usage is around 5%). └──╼ ps -eo pid,lstart,%cpu,cmd | grep "[h]aproxy"  8406 Wed Mar 13 18:06:21 2019 97.5 /usr/sbin/haproxy -Ws -f

Re: stable-bot: WARNING: 42 bug fixes in queue for next release

2019-03-14 Thread Tim Düsterhus
Hi Am 14.03.19 um 15:15 schrieb stable-...@haproxy.com: > Last release 1.9.4 was issued on 2019/02/06. There are currently 42 patches > in the queue cut down this way: > - 1 BUG, first one merged on 2019/02/10 > [...] > > The current list of patches in the queue is: > - BUG : 51d:

stable-bot: WARNING: 42 bug fixes in queue for next release

2019-03-14 Thread stable-bot
Hi, This is a friendly bot that watches fixes pending for the next haproxy-stable release! One such e-mail is sent periodically once patches are waiting in the last maintenance branch, and an ideal release date is computed based on the severity of these fixes and their merge date. Responses

Re: 1.9.2: Crash with 300% CPU and stuck agent-checks

2019-03-14 Thread Willy Tarreau
On Thu, Mar 14, 2019 at 11:43:54AM +0100, Louis Chanouha wrote: > Hello, > Did I miss something ? Sorry I never used GDB. > > +--? (gdb) p task_per_thread[0].task_list_size > cannot subscript something of type `' Ah sorry, I thought from your kind offer that you did :-) You first need to attach

Re: 1.9.2: Crash with 300% CPU and stuck agent-checks

2019-03-14 Thread Louis Chanouha
Hello, Did I miss something ? Sorry I never used GDB. └──╼ (gdb) p task_per_thread[0].task_list_size cannot subscript something of type `' └──╼ haproxy -vvv HA-Proxy version 1.9.3-1 2019/01/29 - https://haproxy.org/ Build options :   TARGET  = linux2628   CPU = generic   CC  = gcc  

Re: 1.9.2: Crash with 300% CPU and stuck agent-checks

2019-03-14 Thread Willy Tarreau
Louis, I'd be interested in checking the values of task_per_thread[X].task_list_size for each value of X between 0 and your number of threads minus 1. Example for 4 threads : (gdb) p task_per_thread[0].task_list_size $2 = 0 (gdb) p task_per_thread[1].task_list_size $3 = 0 (gdb) p

Re: 1.9.2: Crash with 300% CPU and stuck agent-checks

2019-03-14 Thread Willy Tarreau
Hello Louis, On Thu, Mar 14, 2019 at 10:34:05AM +0100, Louis Chanouha wrote: > Hello, > I seems that i have the same problem than Mark Janssen. > I did not restart so i still can do gdb debug. Quite interesting as well, thank you. Indeed it looks identical, with not all threads looping. I'm

Re: High CPU with Haproxy 1.9.4 (and 1.9.2)

2019-03-14 Thread Willy Tarreau
On Thu, Mar 14, 2019 at 10:34:46AM +0100, Mark Janssen wrote: > This was the 'show activity' info > > Show activity: > thread_id: 7 > date_now: 1552497125.537000 > loops: 1876310231 2198499593 29388065 2234235968 2189969792 23322503 11681489 > 1867345227 > wake_cache: 4699089 4475087 5332367

Re: High CPU with Haproxy 1.9.4 (and 1.9.2)

2019-03-14 Thread Mark Janssen
This was the 'show activity' info Show activity: thread_id: 7 date_now: 1552497125.537000 loops: 1876310231 2198499593 29388065 2234235968 2189969792 23322503 11681489 1867345227 wake_cache: 4699089 4475087 5332367 4386659 4870234 5108383 5693172 4044835 wake_tasks: 1868654965 2192153566 21290780

Re: 1.9.2: Crash with 300% CPU and stuck agent-checks

2019-03-14 Thread Louis Chanouha
Hello, I seems that i have the same problem than Mark Janssen. I did not restart so i still can do gdb debug. Louis └──╼ haproxy -v HA-Proxy version 1.9.3-1 2019/01/29 - https://haproxy.org/ ──╼ /usr/bin/socat -T 15 -t 5 /run/haproxy/admin.sock - <<< "show info dump" |grep Run_queue Run_queue:

[DOC] Clarification of the "abbreviated form with all-0-octets omitted" for IPv4 addresses needed

2019-03-14 Thread Cyril Bonté
Hi Matous, Hello, my collegues and me were highly surprised with the "abbreviated form with all-0-octets ommitted" [1] for IPv4 addresses. It would be good to provide better (or rather exact) technical explanation why it is so - either in the documentation or at least here in the